(Closed) My rescue, before and after!

posted 4 years ago in Pets
Post # 31
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Sugar bee

Awe she’s so sweet! What a transformation 

Post # 32
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Helper bee

Awww she is so gorgeous! So good of you to save her life, and not only that, to make her life awesome and full of love.

My little girl Dilly was also a rescue with bad mange:

And here she is all fixed (on the right) with the newest rescue dog on the left (who has to have her leg amputated as she was also on death row and has no patella).

 

Dogs are the best gift in the world.

 

Post # 33
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Newbee

that is so awesome you adopted this dog, I currently have a dog with demodex mange that I just adopted, what worked best for you to get rid of it? I can’t use the normal medication as he is part collie and I guess most collie’s can not take the normal medication as it is toxic to them, anyways he is on a different medication now, and goes to the doctor again tomorrow (has to go every 2 weeks for skin scrapings) for another skin scraping to see where we are at with the mange, but any help you can give me on what you did would be great and I will ask the vet tomorrow what else I can do for my little munchkin, he is better than when I adopted him but I hate to see him so itchy.

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Post # 37
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Bumble bee

Congratulations!  Rescues really are the best!  I love mine to the moon and back.  He was severely neglected and beaten and had burrs embedded into his skin that had to be surgically removed.  But from the moment I met him and he looked me in the eyes, I knew that he was a part of my family.  Another family was actually first in line to adopt him (I cried when I found out) and then they ended up backing out.  And he came home with me.  I am so very blessed to have found him.    

Post # 39
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Buzzing bee

Oh my goodness – look how healthy she looks!

Well done, love posts like this! xx

Post # 40
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2016

Aww, she is so sweet, and so are you! And what a transformation!  Just goes to show how much an animal can thrive just by being loved!

Post # 41
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Newbee

s00n2bemrsb:  

I used to have my other rescue on raw and your right the vet said it’s not great for them so I switched back to kibble, I will have to switch them both back to raw food, luckily my little guy isn’t as bad as what I have seen other dogs but I am trying my hardest to keep it under control before it gets too bad, so I think I will have to make a trip to the pet store tonight and start switching back to raw

Post # 44
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2016

I love this so much! What a cutie!

Post # 45
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Buzzing bee

s00n2bemrsb:  Oh my goodness, she is precious and beautiful! I’m a rescue mom too; I adopted a little mutt puppy with a belly full of worms and an inverted vulva that causes constant UTIs and vaginitis … and it has resulted in the happiest days of my life. 

Anyone considering rescue … do it! So much love and happiness is out there just waiting for a forever home. 

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